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Sony serves up price of its Smart Tennis Sensor

Sony has set the price for its Smart Tennis Sensor shown off at CES at the start of the year. It's also revealed a date for the gadget's US launch, though admittedly it's a bit on the vague side....


Misfit and MyFitnessPal team up to help you get fit

Misfit and MyFitnessPal team up together to help Shine wearers lose weight and get fit. The calorie tracking app is now fully integrated into the Misfit app for the fashionable Shine wearable.


Believe it or not, actual athletic talent won’t help you in NBA 2K15

Four all-star players from the NBA sit down to chat about life, work, and 2K's NBA 2K15. Hilariously, it turns out that none of them are any good at the game they all feature into.


How to watch 2014 NFL games streaming live online

The NFL season is fast approaching. Here's our guide on how to stream live football games online.


Keep those thieves from stealing the wheels off your Schwinn with this Nutlock

Nutlock helps prevent bicycle theft by making it more difficult for thieves to remove your wheels by using a unique key design that rejects wrenches and pliers, but allows you to remove your wheels.

Cool Tech

Goccia Fitness Tracker review

Do fitness trackers have to be chunky, ugly wristbands suitable only for burly men? No, they don’t and G-Wearables has come up with the Goccia - claimed to be the world’s…

  • Pros: Cool design, Unisex style, Tiny and lightweight, Excellent…
  • Cons: Software feels unfinished, Syncing can be problematic

SkyHook Mini brings pro-level camera movements to action cams

The SkyHook Mini is an automated camera positioning robot providing professional-looking, smooth movements with action cams and small cameras.


Manchester United bans fans from taking laptops, tablets, and maybe some smartphones to home games

Manchester United has announced that fans can't take laptops and tablets to games. They might have also unknowingly banned some smartphones from their arena too.


Toshiba launches a colorful fitness band in Japan

Toshiba introduced a wearable fitness band called the WERAM1100 in Japan. The band monitors your activity, sleeping patterns, and the calories you've burned.


Runtastic Orbit Review

The Runtastic Orbit might be entering a crowded field, but it stands out with interesting features - waterproofing and ambient light sensor principle among them - and plenty of…

  • Pros: LED display makes it easy and convenient to check stats…
  • Cons: Clunky design and excessively large button, Communication…

How to watch the PGA Championship online

The quest for the Wanamaker Trophy is on. Here's how to stream all the action from Kentucky.


Withings Pulse O2 review

The Withings Pulse O2 fitness tracker can be worse as either a watch or a belt clip, and tracks all the usual metrics, plus your heart rate and blood-oxygen concentration.

  • Pros: Full-featured Health Mate app, Onboard Pulse and blood…
  • Cons: No tone or vibration alarm, Pulse slips around in wrist…

Timex Ironman smartwatch has its own data connection, doesn’t need your phone

Timex has announced a smartwatch which doesn't need to be tethered to your phone in order to use a data connection. Instead it has its own, provided by AT&T, and is designed for running fanatics.


Drink up! Hug tracks your hydration, tells you when to hit the (water) bottle

The Hug water bottle sensor and app combo aims to keep you hydrated by keeping tabs on how much you've drunk. The app will also let you know when you need to take another sip.